UK’s economic downturn slowed slightly in November, new figures show



The UK’s economic downturn slowed in November as private sector activity picked up slightly from its previous 21-month low, new figures suggest.

The influential S&P Global/CIPS flash UK composite purchasing managers index (PMI) showed a reading of 48.3 in October, compared with 48.2 a month earlier.

Any score below 50 is considered a contraction for the economy. The index has now scored lower than 50 for four months in a row.



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